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Seattle’s Pete Carroll and John Schneider have just four selections entering the 2019 NFL Draft.
Tony Gonzalez, Champ Bailey, Ed Reed and Ty Law also headline the Class of 2019.
The former first-round pick for Denver will likely battle to be Russell Wilson’s backup next season.
The pass-rushing defensive end was the overwhelming choice to re-sign among Seattle’s free agents.
The Seattle defensive end wrote on Twitter that he tore elbow ligaments in a Dec. 10 game.
His relationship with his coach may be the quarterback’s biggest reason to stay in Seattle long-term.
It’s never too early to start getting ready for next year, especially after a painful playoff exit.
K.J. Wright, Frank Clark and D.J. Fluker are among Seattle’s unrestricted free agents.
Who stood out? Who didn’t? And how to move forward through the brutally long offseason.
Two-thirds of voters said play calling was the main reason for Seattle’s playoff loss to Dallas.
The All-Pro linebacker will follow in the footsteps of former Seahawks Russell Okung and Richard Sherman.
It’s the sixth time in his career he has been named to the game.
Frank Clark and K.J. Wright are just two of many that will become free agents in March.
After a statistically subpar season, the Seattle linebacker must digest and recharge.
Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has come under fire for not throwing the ball enough.
Some blame Seattle’s playoff loss to Dallas on sticking with a run-first offense too long.
Seattle struggled offensively in its season-ending playoff defeat.
Dallas pulls ahead in the second half, hangs on for wild-card win.
Wild-card teams have historically struggled to get past the first round of the NFL playoffs.
Four starters, including star running back Ezekiel Elliott, return for the Cowboys.